GOLFZON NEWDIN GROUP ENTER GLOBAL GOLF EDUCATION MARKET THROUGH ACQUISITION OF THE LEADBETTER GOLF ACADEMIES
Park Ki-won, CEO of Golfzon Newdin Holdings, the world leader in golf technology, announced today that they will be acquiring the Leadbetter Golf Academy (LGA) business from its Founder, the world-renowned golf instructor, David Leadbetter.
As part of this acquisition, world-renowned golf instructor, David Leadbetter, will remain fully involved in the LGA business and will use his 35 years of industry experience to continue to direct the business going forward. Golfzon Newdin Holdings plans to combine their advanced technology with LGA’s world-class golf instruction to transform how golf is taught worldwide.
“We look forward to fully supporting the Leadbetter Golf Academies and continuing to grow the game by furthering the development of professional players, junior golf and amateur golf. We look forward to combining Golfzon’s VR technology with LGA’s brand power and coaching know-how to become a leader in the golf industry.” – Park Ki-won
David Leadbetter is enthusiastic about the future as both companies are pioneers in their respective fields.
“I’ve spent my whole career dedicating myself to furthering golf education and establishing a world-renowned business alongside a team of exceptional instructors. In Golfzon, I have found a like-minded company that shared a similar vision to continue to grow the game across all levels. I fully believe that a combination of Golfzon and LGA’s experience will bring golf to a whole new level. – David Leadbetter
Leadbetter Golf Academies CEO, Ben Riches, believes that partnering with global leader, Golfzon Newdin Holdings, is extremely beneficial for developing the technology side of the business.
“Our goal is to create industry-leading golf technology to break the barriers of how golf is taught and played. We are incredibly proud of the success we’ve achieved as a business. LGA has grown to 40 academy locations worldwide and we look forward to expanding our business operations both offline and online in the future.” – Ben Riches